"What kind of Heaven benchmarks do you get when running at 2560x1440?"
Ha ha, I have one monitor whose native (and maximum) resolution is 1920 x 1080. Have no idea how much slower a much higher resolution would benchmark. How about yourself?
Can you point me to the video you wrote about? I'm facing issues while installing on a CoreStorage Fusion drive. I tried running the installer but got a kernel cache error.Used the method from the video + clover as boot loader on a fusion drive
After the install my fusion drive was shown as recovery drive. Not using new apple file system.
Did the same, and stalled at
"busy timeout, (240s) kextd wait(0): 'AppleACPICPU'"
Found a thread with a solution -> copied /L/E/* to EFI/Clover/kexts/Other/*
after that the install went flawlessly. Upgraded to new Nvidia drivers with an error during the driver install, but they seem to work. My question is, should I remove the kexts in /L/E? Or just leave them there?
I think everyone is getting that error. I haven't seen any issues with it though.i have kexts only on EFI partition in /Clover/kexts/Other/
had same error with nvidia driver, everything works 100%